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Sukku Son Considers Joining "The King: Forever Sovereign"

2019/06/10 | 197 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Sukku Son is considering an offer to star in "The King: Forever Sovereign".

His agency stated that the actor was offered the role of Kang Shin-jae in "The King: Forever Sovereign".

"The King: Forever Sovereign" is a fantasy romance drama in which a deity has unleashed a demon unto the world of humans, and that demon has opened the door to a parallel world.

Previously, Lee Min-ho, Kim Go-eun and Woo Do-hwan have confirmed roles in the drama, while PD Baek Sang-hoon and writer Kim Eun-sook are on board as the creators.

Meanwhile, Sukku Son performed in the drama such as "Suits" and "Matrimonial Chaos", and starred in the movie "Hit-and-Run Squad" early this January.

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"The King: Forever Sovereign" is directed by Baek Sang-hoon, written by Kim Eun-sook, and features Lee Min-ho, Kim Go-eun, Woo Do-hwan. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2020/First half~Upcoming, on .

Source : sports.mk.co.kr/view....

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